Friday, February 24, 2006


Kill the painters!
Kill the Jews!

Normal human reaction: “Why the painters?

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Looney tunes

Looking at the worldwide islamitic reaction, a blown-up holy Shiite shrine by Sunni "activists" must be less important then the publication of some cartoons.

Kill the Sunni!
Kill the Shiite!
Kill the Jews!

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Life sucks and then you die

I'm struggling to be present in my life
I don't feel like writing
All became rather two-dimensional.

To the next post in the "Accident" sequence.

Saturday, February 11, 2006

Kill the Jews!

Today a barber was spotted looking at the Mohammed cartoons in the Jyllands-Posten.

Kill the barbers!
Kill the Jews!

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Reflections for sabbath (14)

I am glad Moses led us through the desert. Imagine he led us through Alaska instead, we would be celebrating Sukkoth in an igloo...

(and the balconies of the orthi's would be huge refrigerators)

To the next post in the "Reflections for sabbath" sequence.

Friday, February 03, 2006

Holocaust survivors, second generation (13)

My cousin called.

He found out about my accident and wanted to know how I am doing.

We lost contact shortly after an unpleasant phone call I had with his mother. He told me that she had broken her hip (or something) some time ago and that she was recovering well. He kept on speaking about her as if he wanted to pull out from me expressions of sadness about her situation. I noticed by myself how little I cared.

Finally as a sort of exchange to do him a favour (because he showed interest in my situation) I asked how she was doing and wished him the best for his mother (I couldn’t bring myself to tell him to wish her my best). We finished our conversation and he told me that he would call me again soon, and I knew he wouldn’t.

It seems we both inherited our mothers’ talent to communicate and converse in silence.

To the next post in the "second generation" sequence.

Accident aftermath (7)

Am injecting myself daily since one week and really feel an improvement of my cognitive capabilities and creativity. It's been more then four months now. I hope to be on the road of recovery.

To the next post in the "Accident" sequence.